About This Show
Sewing your own clothing can change your perspective in surprising ways. Seamwork Radio brings you personal stories about all the ways designing, making, and wearing your own clothing can alter your life. We talk to artists, designers, and everyday creators about how the act of sewing has helped them slow down, get to know their bodies, discover their own identity, and take part in the growing movement to revive the art of sewing.
Most Recent Episode
Episode 15: Creative Community with Kristine Vejar
In 1999, Kristine Vejar took her first trip to India. There, she met the Rabari, a small community that changed her perspective and direction for the future. In this story told by contributor Jessica Yen, Kristine shares what she learned, and how that informed the direction of her growing business, A Verb for Keeping Warm.
Rated 5 out of
Episodes of This Show Making Your Own Mold with C
Charlie expressing exactly what a lot of people, mainly women have gone through and her path to finding the joy of sewing sounds so familiar.
Thank you for being brave and telling the story of your journey.
Date published: 2015-11-01
Rated 5 out of
Awesome Sewing Stories!!
If you love sewing, you'll love this podcast. It's well produced, thoughtful and interesting. The focus of the show isn't on how to sew or how to use techniques, but rather on people's stories about sewing and how it has impacted them. Although it's a new podcast, it is already one of my favorites!
Date published: 2015-11-16